John Morgan analyzes the rise of Hungarian prime minister Viktor Orbán, calling him a “beacon of hope” for defenders of Western Civilization. Mr. Morgan begins by explaining the historical circumstances that created a Hungarian identity defined by defiance and resistance to outsiders. He notes that the governing Fidesz Party moved from center-right to populist-right in response to the migration crisis, and now wins elections by opposing mass immigration, the European Union, and the George Soros empire. Mr. Morgan emphasizes that Hungary proves mass immigration can be stopped. Mr. Orbán is also promoting natalist policies to ensure the continuity of the Hungarian people.